Tips & Tricks

Mowing Buffalo Grass

1. Set Mower Blades to 3" - This height inhibits weed growth and reduces watering requirements, saving you time and money!

2. Plan Your Border Cuts - Mow around sidewalks, streets, and ditches in a way that prevents grass from accumulating in them. Grass clippings can clog storm drains or flow to our nearest water body, causing flooding and harmful algae blooms!

3. Mulch In-Place - Leave grass clippings "mulched" on the lawn to give back up to 25% of your lawn fertilizer needs!

Mowing Bermuda Grass

1. Set Mower Blades to 2" or less - Bermuda grass stays green longer if it's cut shorter. Never cut more than 1/3 of the length at once, as it may stress the lawn.

2. Plan Your Border Cuts - Mow around sidewalks, streets, and ditches in a way that prevents grass from accumulating in them. Grass clippings can clog storm drains or flow to our nearest water body, causing flooding and harmful algae blooms!

3. Mulch In-Place - Leave grass clippings "mulched" on the lawn to give back up to 25% of your lawn fertilizer needs!